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For the children’s sake. Despite the war

  • Help for Children
  • Support for Hospitals
  • Professional Development for Healthcare Workers
  • Children’s Rights Protection and Advocacy

Help for Children

Cancer treatment is complicated and lengthy. In wartime, Tabletochki continues to help Ukrainian families affected by childhood cancer through every stage of the disease. Your support will help provide essential medical examinations, medicines, (including those unavailable in Ukraine), crucial psychological and palliative care, social rehabilitation, outpatient housing, and other targeted assistance for children and their families.

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Support for Hospitals

The Foundation systematically supports Ukrainian children's oncology centers by purchasing medicines, medical consumables, reagents, and equipment, renovating facility premises, and improving conditions for patients and medical workers. Currently, 12 hospitals with pediatric units receive monthly assistance from the Foundation.

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Professional Development for Healthcare Workers

Tabletochki actively promotes the professional development of pediatric oncology doctors, nurses, and other medical staff. The Foundation organizes its own training programs in Ukraine, and provides access to internships and educational activities abroad. Amidst the ongoing war in Ukraine, this program is crucial in shaping the long-term landscape of childhood cancer care in the country.

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Children’s Rights Protection and Advocacy

Tabletochki cooperates with the state authorities and third-sector organizations to advocate for the interests of families affected by childhood cancer. The Foundation protects children's rights at the state level, aiming to ensure the highest quality of treatment.

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13 years

together with donors and partners, Tabletochki has been changing the field of pediatric oncology

7500 children

have received the Foundation’s targeted help since 2011

400 children

are under the Foundation’s care monthly

12 hospitals

are under the Foundation’s care monthly

31,083,859 USD

has been raised since 2011


aimed to help children in March 2024

Cancer does not pause during the war, and neither do we


Children being treated during the war

5 years old


Oleh is an active and cheerful boy. He is bravely fighting severe kidney cancer without losing his optimism. Help him recover and return home to his twin sister.

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8 years old


At the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion, Ilona and her mother evacuated to Poland and Germany. Later, they returned home. A few weeks after that, the girl became ill, and a tumor was found in her brain. She has been fighting the disease for over a year.

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7 years old


Maksym from Zaporizhzhia is practicing the martial art of Wushu. He is doing well — within a few months of starting classes, the boy won three medals. But soon, he was suddenly hospitalized with a severe blood disease. Help Maksym and the other children to recover.

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All kids


News / 22 April 2024

Tabletochki provided $257,810 of support in March

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News / 13 March 2024

Tabletochki provided $254,599 of support in February

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News / 7 February 2024

Tabletochki provided $227,197 of support in January

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News / 19 February 2024

1900 new superfriends for children fighting cancer!

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News / 14 February 2024

The fourth radio marathon to help children fighting cancer has started

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Без рубрики / 15 January 2024

The Gifts for Health Christmas campaign raised almost UAH 5.5 million to treat children fighting cancer

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News / 22 November 2023

Help children beat the cancer that steals Christmas holidays!

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News / 1 May 2023

Tabletochki provided $441,612 of support in March

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